De Micco & Friends Lawyers in Cairo

Services of our Lawyers in Cairo

The De Micco & Friends Cairo Team offers all legal services of an international full-service law firm.

  • Bilateral communication and business development Europe/Egypt
  • IP Law
  • Oil and Gas contracting
  • Company - and business set up, company foundation in Europe and Egypt
  • Representation of European companies, investors and individuals in Egypt
  • Representation of Egypt companies, investors and individuals in Europe
  • Real Estate Law, all types of transactions (buy, sell, rent, lease)
  • Representation of investors in Iran (Real Estate, Merger & Acquisitions, Capital Markets)
  • Civil law, Family Law, Crime Law
  • Immigration to Europe, Golden Visa
  • Company Law

 

Business in Egypt

With a bustling population of 90 million, 50% of which are below the age of 30 and tech savvy, Egypt is suddenly staking a claim as one of the fastest growing entrepreneurial hubs in the world.

The best aspect of doing business in Cairo is the readily available pool of talented developers, techies, and aspiring entrepreneurs who are hungry for work, with massive opportunity to penetrate already-existing markets and create new ones. With a staggering 90M+ population, Egypt’s internet economy looks very promising. With a current internet penetration rate of 40% (growing exponentially), an astonishing 103M mobile phone users/clients, and about 10% of the population holding bank accounts, the future for mobile and web commerce looks very bright with a positioned growth rate of 35% within the coming two years.

Egypt’s Business Hub

Cairo is the undisputed center of Egypt in almost every respect. More than one in ten of the country’s inhabitants are currently living and working in Cairo and its metropolitan area. For many international corporations, working in Cairo is the most feasible option when trying to establish a presence in the Middle East. Many of the city’s inhabitants have found employment in the public sector. This includes the government, the military, and the city administration. For a large number of people, working in Cairo’s administrative machine is synonymous with the Mugamma, the somewhat infamous, Soviet-built office complex. With nearly all of the nation’s movie studios and major newspapers located in the city, working in Cairo is an important step in the careers of many Egyptian media creatives. Egyptian movies are enjoyed throughout the Arab world, and working in Cairo has often been the first step on the road to stardom for an aspiring actor. Moreover, Cairo’s construction business is an almost crisis-proof trade. As working in Cairo has undergone a sudden increase in popularity since the 1990s, the city administration had problems keeping up with the rapid pace of construction. Some estimate that one in five buildings in the city is less than 15 years old. Thus, there is a steady demand for people working in Cairo’s construction sector and on the building sites of many new projects.

Contact

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